Köberle: The first surgeon who adapted Pasteur´s teachings, and already in the 1860´s (before Lister) tried to create an aseptic surgical environment by disinfecting surfaces, washing hands, boiling instruments and using dry towels to wipe up blood.
R. Koch: Of great importance for surgery through his work on bacteriological methods, identification of many strains of bacteria and methods of disinfection.
A supplement to the evaluation of R. Koch by Carl Sundberg was made by Ernst Almquist.
University: Originally the "Königlich Preußisches Institut für Infektionskrankheiten" or "Institut für Infektions-Krankheiten",
the name was in 1912 changed to "Das Robert Koch-Institut".